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PAGE SIX TI MOUNT PUI.ASEI TIMES- NEWS, MOUNT PULASXI, ILLINOIS THURSDAY, 29 Music W'inners--- (Continued from page 1) Vera Mercier, Alto saxophone. Bill McCain, Tenor saxophone. Hazel Reinders, French horn. Ray Richner, Trombone. Margaret Shively, B.flat clari- net. Mary Beth Christensen, flute. Jim Brown. Cornet. Larry Shull, Clarinet. Wendell Brown. Baritone. Don Lee, Trombone. Donna Waddell, French horn. Shirley Marshall, B a r i t o n e saxophone. Margaret Dana, Alto clarinet. David Froehlich, Tuba. Kenneth Stewart, Baritone. Jim Romer, Snare Drum. Lois Schaffenacker, Piano. Shirley Wood, Alto sax. was unable to compete due to sick- /less. First Division Winners ENSEMBLES: Clarinet Quartet No. 1: Mar- garet Shively, Dick Ey, Wallace Schroth, Lois Schaffenacker. Mixed Clarinet Quartet: Dick Ey, Joan Biesemeier, Margaret Dana, Marvin Richner. Saxophone Quartet: Gordon Suedmeier, Vera Mercier, Bill Mc Cain, Shirley Marshall. Brass Quartet: Larry Shull. Jean Ann Schroth, Kenneth Stew- art, Don Lee. Brass Sextet: Jim Brown, Betty Waddell, Hazel Reinders, Ray Richner. Wendell Brown, and Merwyn Leckbee. Miscellaneous Brass Ensemble No. 2: Phillip Crawford, Don Mc Cain, Virgil Holmes. Norma Schroth, David Myrick, Jim Mitchell. Darrell Payne, Shirley Schahl, and Delmar Veech. Miscellaneous Woodwind En- semble: Shirley Wood, Mary Beth Christensen, Janet Down- ing, Wanda Sams, Gordon Sued- meier. Clara Ryan, Michael Drake, Patsy Ingram. Woodwind Quintet: Mariann Dana, Kay Moore, Donna Wad- dell, Lois Schaffenacker, Patsy Ingram. Trumpet Quartet: Jean Ann Schroth. Betty Waddell, Phillip Crawford, Don McCain. Second Division Winners Myra Kay Moore, Oboe; Dar- Payne, Snare Drum. Clarinet Quartet No. 2: Michael Drake, Joan Biesemeier, Janet Downing, Wanda Sams. Miscellaneous Brass Ensemble No. 1: Leon Quandt, Richard Stivers, Vivian Rentmeister, Alice Goodman. Julia Baker, Arlene Lakin, David Froehlich. SPECIAL MEETING OF P-TA There will be a special meet- LARRY LEE STRACIIAN , DIED IN HOSPITAL Larry Lee Strachan was born in the Deaconess hospital, Lin- coln, Ill., at 3:40 p.m. Saturday, March 31, 1951, and passed a- way there at 2:20 p.m. Sunday, April 1. less than one day old. The infant boy was the son of James Jr. and Edna Donnan Strachan of Chestnut. Besides the parents, the baby is survived by one sister, Kathy Ann; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Donnan of Chestnut and Mr. and Mrs. James Strachan Sr.. of Decatur; and great-grandpar- ents. John Sever of Kenney; Mrs. Rice Strachan, and Mrs. Sadie Kolbeck of Webster City, Iowa. The remains were removed to the Schahl funeral home in Mr. Pulaski, where funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, conducted by Rev. Charles Smith, pastor of the Chestnut Metho- dist church. Burial was in the Laenna cemetery west of Chestnut. QUARTER HORSEMEN ELECT t OFFICERS FOR YEAR Robert Danits of Chicago was' -- elected president of the newly OIl]tl organized Illinois Quarter Horse. Association, at a meeting held on Sunday, April 1, at the Hill-I top Farms in Chester township. north of Mount Pulaski, the home of Merle Watson. The meeting drew more than 150 quarter horse breeders from the midwest. Other officers elected were:--I Beryle White, Caseyville. vice- president; and Merle V. Watson] secretary- treasurer. I CARD OF THANKS I i We wish to express our sin- I cere thanks to the many good[ By Calli friends and neighbors for their[ acts of kindness, and for svmpa-I thies extended in our recent be, I reavement, the death of our be.  loved father. John Vetter. I The Family. ] C.lTc,,*ht,z,co GEORGE F. WOLCOTT, ing of the Parent-Teacher As-BURNS sociation of the Mount Pulaski Consolidated grade school Thurs- day evening, April 12 at 7:30 p. m. at the school. This meeting is called for the purpose of elect- ON OUTE 36 ing officers and two delegates to the convention to be held in Chi- cago, May 3, 4 and 5. MID-TOWN I Phone 167 , West Edge ILLIOPOLIS. AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET SALES & SERVICE WORDS OF APPRECIATION Thanks so much for the many lovely cards, flowers and gifts received while a patient in the Deaconess hospital, Lincoln, and since returning to my home northeast of Mount Pulaski. They were truly appreciated. Mrs. Emmitt Shellhammer, p ATTENTION ALL TRUCK OWNERS!! Your present safety stickers Drum Ensemble: Jim Romer. and daughter Debrae June. Thank You--- I sincerely wish to thank each voter who supported me in Tues- day s election. Ted Duff are void after May 1. 1951 Have your tmckinspected now. Complete one stop inspection in our fine service department For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT .' Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski ers every time yOU come f into our Store, but we can ,,r.., offer you Attractive Bar- - gains.  . Western Auto Associate Store ,DALE NEAVILLE, Proprietor DR, LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED PHONE 1062 - I0 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL ,o !NTR?DUCTORY OFFER! SEIDLITZ -- . ..r-_:, ,,, | d"--" iPAINTS.mt00I -A Purchase one pint of any Prodtict for the regular price. Pay one. penny more and receive an tional pint. You receive one full for the price of a pint plus one Double the usual quantity for only penny more, YOU BUY ONE PINT PAY ONE PENNY MORE RECEIVE ONE FULL QUART NO MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS PLEASe," USE THIS COUPON! ADD -, I ..... I _ ,, . - !  I[  _ ._ J. M. ROTHWELL LUMBER 'MOUNT PULASKI PHONE 60.